Consistency and Efficiency with Every Screen
The HP-1 was designed for small-to-medium-sized shops to eliminate the use of handheld pressure washers and unnecessary overspray to remove ink, emulsion, and stains when cleaning screens.
How to Operate
Remove Tape & Ink
When you are ready to clean screens, remove the tape and scrape out all of the excess ink from the screen.
Dip Screen In Dip Tank
Place your screen in the dip tank to soften the ink and emulsion.
Place Screen in Machine
Place your screen in the machine, close the door, and press start. The machine will run for 90 seconds.
Remove Frame, Add Dehazer
When the cycle is done, pull the frame out and spray on dehazer to the front and back of the mesh and scrub.
Place Screen In Machine
Place your screen back in the machine, close the door, and press start. The machine will run for 90 seconds.
Remove Screen & Rack to Dry
When the cycle is done, pull your frame out and place it on a rack to dry.
Reduces Labor by up to 30%
Eliminate manual pressure washers and allow the machine to do the dirty work for you
Doubles the Efficiency of Manual Reclaim
While one screen is washing in the machine, take the time to remove ink & tape from the next
Overspray, mess, and atomized chemicals remain inside the "box" while it's running
Reduces Noise in the Screen Room
The enclosed polypropylene construction reduces noise and the pressure washers' impact on the mesh
Specifications, Requirements & Options
Machine Specifications - High-Pressure
Air @ 6,9:
2cfm @ 100psi
220 V, 1 ph, 31 FLA, 50/60 Hz
208/230 V, 3 ph, 16 FLA, 50/60 Hz
3/4" or 1 1/4" NPT Utility Pump or Floor Drain
3/4" NPT Standard Fitting
Screens Per Hour
Up to 20 per hour (90 seconds per cycle)
Max Frame Size
25 x 36